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Journal: Int. J. Neonatal Screen., 2024
Volume: 10
Number: 37

Article: Defining the Minimal Long-Term Follow-Up Data Elements for Newborn Screening
Authors: by Yvonne Kellar-Guenther, Lauren Barringer, Katherine Raboin, Ginger Nichols, Kathy Y. F. Chou, Kathy Nguyen, Amy R. Burke, Sandy Fawbush, Joyal B. Meyer, Morna Dorsey, Amy Brower, Kee Chan, Mei Lietsch, Jennifer Taylor, Michele Caggana and Marci K. Sontag
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